"To travel is to live" – a saying we can all sign. My generation's encounter with Europe via the cheap and smart interrail concept, where for an almost insignificant amount – converted into what you got in return – you could travel free and frank down through Europe all year round. It was a liberation. I mean remember that the ticket had a duration of up to one month of travel time with unlimited access to all available state railways in the European network. I myself preferred to travel in the month of March, where there was less crowding from the growing army of backpackers. March heralded spring in Portugal and Greece, and was a time when it was possible to take trains without crowded carriages and spend travel time at night to save hotel expenses.
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